One of the things I have found really annoying when coding in Visual Studio is the fact that when implementing an interface, the editor will wrap the method calls in a #region/#endregion block. So today I was determined to find out how to get rid of them.
It is actually really easy and all you have to do is :
- Open the TOOLS menu.
- Select Options...
- Select the Text Editor option.
- Select your target language (mine is C#).
- Select the Advanced node.
- Deselect the "Surround generated code with #region" option.
- Click OK
Annoying problem goes away!